On the topic of reading, I’ve covered why, and I’ve covered when. Now it’s time to cover where! Here are my top 5 places to read:
This one is for all you avid readers out there! Share a little bit about your reading habits and recount your most loved books by taking this little A-Z survey. Originally posted by The Perpetual Page-Turner in 2013, the survey appears to once again be making the rounds on Twitter. It’s a bit of fun, why not give it a go?
Behold! This author’s responses!
In the world of literature, there is something for everyone. There is a book genre suited to anyone’s interests, whether it be politics or history, science fiction or fantasy, romance or drama, satire or comedy, gardening or cooking – the list goes on and on. If you think there is nothing out there for you – you are mistaken.
Goodreads provides an extensive list of different literary genres. Here are some of the most popular ones:
One of the biggest factors contributing to a general lack of reading among all age groups is that we feel we simply do not have the time to read anymore. Finishing a novel is a massive time commitment – particularly if you are a slower reader. With assignments and internships and 9-5 jobs and a dozen television series we want to binge watch, our day calendars are full enough as it is. There are 24 hours in a day – you might spend 8 of those sleeping and another 8 of them working, 2 of them commuting, 3 of them checking social media, socialising, watching television etc, and while sometimes it may not seem like there are enough hours in the day, there are plenty of ways you can fit reading in to your regular routine and reap the benefits of doing so. Here are just a few:
Reading is for everybody, and it can have benefits for everyone as well. Check out some of the many benefits below!